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    I was a longtime NEX5 user in the first iteration - I took that little camera on almost all of my travels and it and the kit 18-55 served me wonderfully. I've now upgraded to the NEX7 and I'm happy to say it's just as awesome for a small, easily packed travel camera even with the relatively huge 18-200

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    The summer can begin.

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    A few from the Hague.


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    NEX7 + Sony 50mm f/1.8 E

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    Shot with an M42 Helios 44-2

    Whats kinda cool here is the trail of pollen particles the bee is leaving in the air as it flies away.

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    With the Leitz 135/4 Elmar

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    Super-Elmar 21/3.4

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    1st birthday. NEX plus Zeiss 50 f2.

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    Wonderfull picture and congratulations, Ben.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Quote Originally Posted by bcm View Post
    1st birthday. NEX plus Zeiss 50 f2.

    Brilliant!
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    Found some abandoned rayguns sitting in a field:


    DSC09279.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr
    Maybe they were left there by this spaceship:

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    Fun with sweep-panorama and a wide-angle lens:

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    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    Shot with an M42 Helios 44-2

    Whats kinda cool here is the trail of pollen particles the bee is leaving in the air as it flies away.
    That's one miraculous picture! How did you shoot it, burst mode?

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    That's one miraculous picture! How did you shoot it, burst mode?
    Believe it or not, it was just one shot. I had pre-focused on the bee while he was collection pollen on the plant to the right. I was just holding the camera there looking thru the VF hoping he would fly off into the background area where I had the strong out of focus effects. I was waiting and waiting, making small focus adjustments as he moved around on the plant. Finally I pull away from the VF and look around the camera to see if there are any other bees close and at that exact moment he launches in the air.

    At that point I just fire the shutter, one click, and hope I got him at a decent angle with his body in a good position to the camera and hopefully in the bokeh area. When I hit the play button and saw what I got I couldnt be happier.

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    Some more French facades with an old and a new wide angle.

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    Another view out the window. 18-55 2.8
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    Just received this old wide zoom from Canada.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Michiel, your "empty beach" shot, just blew my mnd. Congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Michiel, your "empty beach" shot, just blew my mnd. Congratulations!
    Thanks a lot Philber!


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    Two scapes.

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    Love these two shots, Michiel! How you manage this effortless simplicity into your shots just makes me green with envy. I must work harder at this!

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Thanks again Philber! You make me blush. I know you are capable of remarkable work yourself.

    Myself I am not always so secure about my photography, especially in the technical field.
    I know I can look and see light, structure and colour. I like to keep things simpel, maybe because of what i said before.
    And to choose a subject to concentrate on always helps me.

    Here are three from today over the roofs of Mers les Bains.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Time to post another image with the NEX-7 since no one seems to have a one any more.

    Michiel

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    I would happily post from my NEX 7, but, for some reason, on this forum, I am too dumb to get anything in the same size as you, Michiel. All I get is thumbnail-sized which needs to be clicked. Can you help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Time to post another image with the NEX-7 since no one seems to have a one any more.

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    Sorry Michiel, I'd love to play but I don't have one
    I really like these shots you've taken in France, not the best light but very nice composition of shapes and subdued colours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Michiel, your "empty beach" shot, just blew my mnd. Congratulations!
    I agree. It's a great shot. Love the layers of colour. Very clever.
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    I would happily post from my NEX 7, but, for some reason, on this forum, I am too dumb to get anything in the same size as you, Michiel. All I get is thumbnail-sized which needs to be clicked. Can you help?
    Hi Philber; You click on the picture button (square mountain) and type in your url. I don't know if you have any space on the net somewhere with the images the way you like them.
    Or if you have uploaded images in this forum right click on the big image, not the thumbnail, and copy url and paste in your post.
    At least that is the way I do it.

    Would love to see your images here.

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    @ Philber;
    I hope you don't mind but this one of yours I copyed the url from your images and pasted it in the opened picture button.
    If you like your image centered go in advanced mode , select your image and click on the center text button.

    BTW you where quiet close in Rouen from where i live these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Sorry Michiel, I'd love to play but I don't have one
    I really like these shots you've taken in France, not the best light but very nice composition of shapes and subdued colours.
    Thanks Pegelli

    This is a lousy summer (again) but you can find very nice cloudy skys.
    A perfect blue sky can be boring for photography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Time to post another image with the NEX-7 since no one seems to have a one any more.

    Michiel

    I've got some! Enjoying yours, too, meanwhile.


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    Taylor, I like your eye for the uncommeness in apparently commen subjects.

    One from a series.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    A few shots from a certain sporting event, or nearby, last Sunday, all with the NEX-7 and Tamron 18-200mm





    Yes, a very public marriage proposal!





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    Thanks Michiel!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Philber; You click on the picture button (square mountain) and type in your url. I don't know if you have any space on the net somewhere with the images the way you like them.
    Or if you have uploaded images in this forum right click on the big image, not the thumbnail, and copy url and paste in your post.
    At least that is the way I do it.

    Would love to see your images here.

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    OK, that I am dumb is history. I have now been promoted to dumber! I tried what you suggested, Michiel, ar at least I tried. Clicked "quick reply". Clicked the square mountain. Pasted a Flick'r URL in the box, added some text, and entered. The text showed, but not the picture. Got a very small colour square instead. Is there are size limit that means my pictures get rejected for excessive size (they are 600Ko and 1200p max)?
    Thanks for the continuing help.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Philber,
    the easiest way to share Flickr photos here is:
    * go to you photo page in Flickr, click on the "Share" drop-down menu above the photo,
    * click on "Grab the HTML/BBCode",
    * select the size from the drop-down menu below the code snippet,
    * click on the "BBCode" radio button and then
    * copy the code snippet from the text box and paste it directly into your post over here.

    It is actually easier done than said.
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    Attachment 61971

    You skipped the step about clicking on the BBCode radio button.
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    Thanks, Michiel and Carlos! Your help is much appreciated!

    Another picture from churches of Rouen, NEX7 and Zeiss ZM 35 f:2.0


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    There you go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    OK, that I am dumb is history. I have now been promoted to dumber! I tried what you suggested, Michiel, ar at least I tried. Clicked "quick reply". Clicked the square mountain. Pasted a Flick'r URL in the box, added some text, and entered. The text showed, but not the picture. Got a very small colour square instead. Is there are size limit that means my pictures get rejected for excessive size (they are 600Ko and 1200p max)?
    Thanks for the continuing help.
    Better is to use advanced mode because then you have a preview, so you can look closely to the url and see what's wrong.
    When you copy/paste the url from your DPI image section (The big version) often it mentions http//: twice. Remove that.

    In the preview you can try it out till you get it right.
    Good luck.

    BTW nice series on the churches of Rouen. Beautifull light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    A few shots from a certain sporting event, or nearby, last Sunday, all with the NEX-7 and Tamron 18-200mm

    What sport event are you talking about Quentin?

    Yesterday I saw a fantastic documentary about Anish Kapoor. Very impressive.
    His sculpture in Chicago is my all time favourite.
    To put such a curved shape - a perfect reflecting cloud - in the middle of all this massive vertical architecture is just plain brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    BTW nice series on the churches of Rouen. Beautifull light.

    Michiel
    Thanks Michiel! Have some more...


    _DSC8203-1_CF-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr
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    Some Normandic coastel remains of WWII.

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    Great stuff, Michiel. Your second shot is a classic delight, though my personal preference would probably have been for a cleaner left side. Chopping up birds is cruel...:-)

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    Thanks philber.
    I never like birds flying half out the composition either. It was irritating me a bit but I was to lazy
    I cloned two birds out, although I felt sorry for them

    + another shot from yesterday showing 2 fortifications from different era.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Great stuff, Michiel. Your second shot is a classic delight, though my personal preference would probably have been for a cleaner left side. Chopping up birds is cruel...:-)
    I like the birds

    As you have said excellent shot.

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    Continuing my exploration of Rouen churches...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    We are soooo far beyond the early days of digital where had to pretend the tools were up to the job. The skill of the photographer is still the most important component by far, but our hands are no longer tied...
    Not to forget, before that, standing in a dark room for hours with chemicals, just to even see some pictures. We now have different character but the same or better quality developed in a armchair.

    Here another view over Dieppe. Typical for the weather these days. Sunny above see and inland clouds and rain. Very frustrating if you don't live on the coastline.

    I am actually quiet happy with this old Minolta wide zoom. Makes a nice and very small travel zoom.

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